Report of hit-and-run at Stanford prompts hate crime inquiry

The authorities have opened a hate crime investigation into the report of a hit-and-run on Friday that left an Arab Muslim student injured at Stanford University.

According to the university, a black S.U.V. hit the student on the campus in Stanford, Calif., just before 2 p.m. The driver left the scene, and the student was being treated for injuries that were not life-threatening.

The student told officials that the man then drove away while shouting an expletive and referring to “you and your people.”

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